7 April 2020 - Release 0.1.10 (see changelog for details), updated notebook (https://gitlab.com/fpdpy/fpd-demos), and a new preprint: Fast Pixelated Detectors in Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy. Part II: Post Acquisition Data Processing, Visualisation, and Structural Characterisation, [arXiv (2020)](https://arxiv.org/abs/2004.02777).
1 March 2020 - Release 0.1.9 with many new features and improvements - see changelog for details.
18 November 2019 - New preprint: Fast Pixelated Detectors in Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy. Part I: Data Acquisition, Live Processing and Storage, [arXiv (2019)](https://arxiv.org/abs/1911.11560).
4 November 2019 - Release 0.1.8: updates for compatibility with most recent skimage and numpy.
1 September 2019 - Release 0.1.7: new Airy disc diameter (
airy_d()) and 7-smooth number (
smooth7()) functions, and a new module for io (
fpd_io) featuring a NanoMegas Topspin app5 file converter for SPED data,
topspin_app5_to_hdf5() (documentation: Converting Topspin app5 Files).
24 March 2019 - Release 0.1.6: improvements to
MerlinBinary class, speed optimisations in
synthetic_images(), ‘Uniform’ colourmap renamed to ‘MLP’, additional conversion functions in
mag_tools, and improvements to the single image SNR function,
18 February 2019 - Release 0.1.5 with improvements to or new lattice functions (
lattice_resolver()), new SNR and gun noise correction tools in a new
utils module, and many other improvements.
27 October 2018 - Release 0.1.4 with new
VirtualAnnularImages classes, several lattice finding (
optimise_lattice()), ctf (
defocus_from_ctf_crossing()) and image alignment (
apply_image_trans()) functions in the
tem_tools module, and many other improvements. Examples are given in the notebook overview: https://gitlab.com/fpdpy/fpd-demos.
31 July 2018 - Release 0.1.3 with new
MerlinBinary class and other improvements.
25 Mar 2018 - Notebook demos are now available at https://gitlab.com/fpdpy/fpd-demos